Printable English Mood Bingo - Loteria de Estados de Animo en Inglés Imprimir

Printable English Mood Bingo - Loteria de Estados de Animo en Inglés Imprimir
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PLAY WITH YOUR STUDENTS OR FAMILY, HAVING A GOOD TIME LEARNING ENGLISH IN A VERY SIMPLE WAY BUT ESPECIALLY FUN!

These lottery cards have colorful designs that represent funny moods that will catch the attention of the KIDS.

Ideal for kids and even adults!!
And so for teaching English as a foreign language!

The bingo contains colorful designs of 48 different Moods:
Affraid - Angry - Annoyed - Bored

Busy - Calmed - Carefree - Confident

Confused - Cool - Crazy - Defeated

Disappointed - Disgusted - Dizzy - Embarrased

Excited - Fine - Frustrated - Furious

Happy - Hopeful - Hopeless - Hungry

Hurted - In love - Indifferent - Lonely

Nervous - Optimistic - Proud - Relaxed

Sad - Satisfied - Scared - Serious

Shy - Sick - Sleepy - Sore

Stressed - Surprised - Suspicious - Thoughtful

Tired - Upset - Worried - Depressed

This set contains:
* 30 different bingo cards of 4 x 4, size 1/2 letter each, in pdf format.
* bingo deck with the 48 mod.

The files are in pdf format, not editable.
The size is 1/2 letter each bingo card. 2 bingo cards fit on each letter-sized sheet.
The design of the bingo card is 4 x 4.
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RECOMMENDATIONS AND TIPS:
* You can print the bingo cards in light cardboard, and cover them with Con-Tact self-adhesive paper so that they last longer, so they are more firm and protected. AND you can play it many times.

* When you're calling the bingo you can make noises and gestures before saying the word, this way you will make the game more fun. For example, for DIZZY, you can say: "I FEEL.." and start tumbling around, or stumbling turning your head. : D so the kid can answer "DIZZY!!" so you can give him/her a point. Remember, the more fun you do it, the better the kids will learn.

* If you are teaching English as a foreign language, To play bingo you can pronounce the word in English and give "a point" to whoever says it correctly in their native language and vice versa.

* Let the students call the cards :D

We hope you enjoy our work, but above all very useful
https://www.SuperateJugando.com


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